|Fig.1 Crescent wrench|
Parts and Supplies:
Anchor nut (part of the Red Hot anchor kit)
Crescent wrench 8-inch
Fence rail support connector kits(8)
Sawall and Metal Blade
Tyler Zowat lives in Perris, California. He had a new patio installed late last summer and he wanted to install a little privacy fence that he purchased from The Home Depot.
This post shows the four steps to tightened the anchor bolts and to trim the anchors for the patio fencing.
Step 1: Above right fig.1 shows a crescent wrench starting the nut onto the bolt.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows that not all the nuts needed to be tightened, a wrench may be needed if the threads were damaged from the sledge hammer.
|Fig.2 Installing the anchor nut|
|Fig.3 Hand threading |
the anchor nut
|Fig.4 Post, nuts painted |
prior to cutting
|Fig.5 cutting extra threads|
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